Cybersecurity has always been a never-ending race, but the rate of change is accelerating. Businesses continue to make investments in technology to run their operations. In order to support remote work, improve the customer experience, and generate revenue, they are currently adding more technologies to their IT networks, which could lead to new vulnerabilities.
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The reliance on high-speed access to extensive and widespread data sets for mobile platforms, remote work, and other changes increases the risk of a breach. By 2026, it is anticipated that the market for web hosting services would earn $183.18 billion. Companies now gather much more information on their customers in order to better understand and influence their purchasing behavior as well as more accurately predict demand. This information ranges from financial transactions to electricity use to social media views.
Enterprises are increasingly in charge of storing, managing, and safeguarding these data and overcoming the issues posed by exploding data quantities as the cloud assumes more significance. Companies need new technological platforms, such as data lakes that can aggregate information, such as the channel assets of vendors and partners, across environments, in order to implement these business models. On addition to collecting more data, businesses are centralizing it, keeping it in the cloud, and offering access to a variety of people and groups, including outside parties like suppliers.
Digital disruption will inevitably bring about quick technological development. As companies make large-scale expenditures in technology— whether in the spirit of innovation or from necessity—they must be cognizant of the accompanying cyber risks. Attackers are taking advantage of the weaknesses that new technologies introduce, and in this advancing digital environment, even the greatest cyber controls are quickly rendered obsolete. Building over-the-horizon defensive capabilities must be a top priority for businesses looking to position themselves most effectively over the next five years.